Wednesday, July 23, 2014

House Tour

Our little 1940 Foursquare
We moved to a charming little village in Western New York from Northern Virginia April 2013. If you would like to see the before tour of our house you can go here for the original real estate MIL pictures. We are slowly making our house a home. I thought I would share the house as we make it more our home.

Our house is a cute little 1940 house built in the classic style of a "foursquare." They are very common in this area. It isn't very big and it is what it is, nothing hidden... just a simple basic layout that covers 1,300 square feet. The square footage doesn't include the full basement.
 
 
I painted the trim around the door and front double windows a light gray. The shutters the hubs made for me after finding a tutorial on Pintrest. They are made for simple dog ear fencing that we purchased from Lowe's. They are painted the same color as the trim.
 
 
Our Kitchen and Butler's Pantry: To see more details regarding our kitchen and butler's pantry renovation click the corresponding link Kitchen and Butler's Pantry.
 



 
 


 
 
 
 
Upper Kitchen Cabinets Paint: Glidden's Eloquent Ivory
Lower Kitchen Cabinets Paint: Amazon Stone
Wall Paint: Glidden's Eloquent Ivory
 
Our Dining Room: To see how our dining room has evolved in the past year or so click Dining Room
 
 
 
Walls: Behr Dolphin Fin Grey
Trim: Ultra bright white
Curtains: discontinued repurposed Threshold Tablecloths
White Metal Stand: IKEA
Table: gift from aunt and uncle
Buffet: thrifted from  Salvation Army
Rug: Home Depot 2009?
Chairs: thrifted from Buffalo Habitat Restore
 
Our Living Room:
 

 
 
 
Wall Paint: Behr Dolphin Fin
Trim: Ultra white
Coffee Table: Upcycled
 

 

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